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News: Bosnia Herzegovina

Rebuilding the smashed railway network in Bosnia Herzegovina will take so long that a whole generation will grow up with no experience of rail travel, according to the latest issue (Vol 141 No 4) of the ICE Transport journal. Major R Brown, of the British Army's new civil affairs group based in former Yugoslavia, concludes that difficulties in trying to rebuild the rail network meant rail transport could simply cease to be viable in the region within the next 25 years. This, and all other papers, can be obtained from the ICE library +44 (0) 20 7665 2251. For further information, contact Simon Fullalove +44 (0) 20 7665 2448.

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